Susan Phillips, PNL professor, is featured in this month’s FPA’s Another Take speaking about the challenges that charities have faced over the past year:
Canada’s 86,000 charities, which account for 10 percent of full-time jobs, have been significantly impacted during the COVID-19 pandemic. Almost 70 per cent experienced a reduction in revenues, on average about a 30 per cent decline.
Despite a higher demand for many types of services, the loss of revenue, paid staff and volunteers has reduced their ability to provide crucial services. It is predicted that 1 in 5 charities and nonprofits may close as a result of the pandemic.
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